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Subject: The Other One
Great to hear a That's It For The Other One without the usual interruptions of track changes (Cryptical, Drums, etc.) It's the best way to appreciate Phil's opening of The Other One after the drum solo.
And what a Morning Dew!
Subject: Good show,
not par for this tour.
the show is not a not a barn burner but it has a nice groove to it and some sweet playing
Subject: "." Nonintuitive
Subject: Great show, Last 3 songs are "faked"
Incredible show. But if you listen to Lovelight and the next two songs, the audience is different and it sounds kind of like an outdoor venue. The last three songs are from a different show.
Subject: The GRATEFUL DEAD "Live On Stage" April 18, 1969 at Purdue University, Layfayette, IN, U.S.A.
Forty years ago today the GRATEFUL DEAD were playin' at Purdue, where were you?
I couldn't be there in 1969 but I showed up today, where were you?
Classic 1969 sound. Magical, mythical, a "MUST HAVE" show.
I bet the freaks stood out a "little" at this show...
This GRATEFUL DEAD show took place around 90 days before Neil and Buzz walked on the Moon for the first time.
I highly recommend adding this show to your 1969 GRATEFUL DEAD collection. Charlie Miller did it again, another "Masterpiece".
5 Stars for the mix, recording, performance and transfer. Hey Man? It's a Charlie Miller transfer, I highly recommend you click on Charlie Miller's name and collect all his GRATEFUL DEAD shows, he's got some keepers.
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Eat, Drink, Be Merry and Listen to the GRATEFUL DEAD.
Thanks for the LOVE from 1969.
The music of the GRATEFUL DEAD lives, thanks to Charlie Miller.
PS: Get em' while you can, get em' while they're free, get em' now or you'll be sorry...the Man giveth and the Man taketh away...WTTW
PSS: Remember to click on the DeadLists Project link to get the poster for this show.
If you are a huge Pigpen fan like I am, YOU ARE GONNA WANT THIS POSTER...ALLIGATOR!
Burnt Rich -
Subject: What planet are the last 2 reviewers on???????
This is 1969---not 1991!!! Brown Eyed Woman is not even a song in 1969....as for the blunted individual who thinks any show is a good show and proceeds to give this gem a 2 star rating......?????!!!!! As for what really is here---it is PRIME Primal Dead and a great SBD copy to cherish,almost 40 years after the fact. Slip-slidin', buzz sawin' Hard to Handle and a sick King Bee and Lovelight give us our bluesy Pig fix, 2 of Aoxomoxoa's greatest numbers and a couple "classics" for their 4 years together--Sittin' and Morning Dew.....nice smorgasboard of cuts in this compact set....anything that sounds this good 40 years later w/ great tunes and attentive,exuberant, playing w/ PigPen on board is a no-brainer 5 star, for myself. Great show, great sound. Thanks
Subject: not half bad.
Excellent concert, although you can't hear Jerry some of the time. Brown eyed Woman is the highlight to me.
Subject: Hey First To comment
This seems like a good concert but odd as it sounds it might turn out to be a bad one i will comment later after i hear it it will prolly rock since almost every concert did cept for no concert at all